Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: apah

  āpaḥ—water    Bg 2.23, Bg 2.70, Bg 7.4, SB 1.1.15, SB 1.7.29, SB 1.18.36, SB 2.2.28, SB 2.7.18, SB 2.10.11, SB 3.13.30 (and more...)
  apaḥ—water    SB 2.10.10, SB 4.2.17, SB 5.19.17-18, SB 6.18.57, SB 6.19.22, SB 8.20.18, SB 9.4.41, SB 9.9.23-24, SB 9.21.10, SB 10.13.6
  apaḥ—the water    SB 7.12.29-30, SB 9.7.25-26
  apaḥ—water.    SB 6.18.49
  apaḥ—in the water    SB 8.7.6
  āpaḥ—Varuṇa, the director of water    SB 2.1.30
  āpaḥ—waters    SB 3.20.5
  āpaḥ—the god who presides over the waters    SB 3.26.57
  āpaḥ—the water-god    SB 3.26.65
  āpaḥ—O water    SB 5.20.23
  sukha-āpaḥ—easily available    Madhya 8.227, Madhya 9.132, Madhya 24.86, Antya 7.27
  apaḥ upaspṛśya—touching water    SB 1.7.3
  apaḥ-añjalim—a palmful of water    SB 9.9.23-24
  sukha-āpaḥ—very easily obtainable, or an object of happiness    SB 10.9.21
  tila-āpaḥ kṛtāḥ—become the last ritualistic ceremonial offering of sesame and water    SB 10.12.15
  āpaḥ-mayam—Varuṇa, the lord of water    SB 5.20.22

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